Middle School update 21 April 2017

Hello parents,

It’s been an exciting week of anticipation here in Middle School.  Early this morning we sent our 8th graders off on their capstone trip to Mexico!  We wish them a bon voyage / buen viaje– be safe and bring home a ton of sweet memories!  6th and 7th graders will set off on their own adventure to the Glacier Institute on Monday morning.  We’ll see you at school, bright and early at 7:30am.

As a part of preparing for our big spring trips, we took advantage of a couple wonderful opportunities here in town:  the 6th graders took a field trip to the UM planetarium and learned what constellations to look for in the dark Glacier skies next week.  A special thanks goes out to Physics and Astronomy Professor – and MIS parent-extraordinaire – Dan Reisenfeld, for an engaging presentation.  Today we are bringing all the 6th and 7th graders to the International Wildlife Film Festival – be sure to ask your child which film he/she enjoyed most.

Believe it or not, we are already looking forward to the 2017-2018 school year.  Due to a scheduling conflict with the camp at Flathead Lake, the Middle School Opening Retreat has been rescheduled to August 31st – September 1st.  Please mark your calendars!

Have a wonderful weekend,

Jen and the Middle School Team

 

Notes from the Office:

Mall Show! 

The mall art show is May 2nd through May 20th. Need more parent volunteer hours? We need lots of volunteers starting this week! Call or email the office to get your name on the list.

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Upcoming Events

Mark your Calendar

 

Saturday, April 22nd:  Earth Day! Clark Fork clean up!  Meet at the fish statues at Caras Park at 10 am.  All families and students are encouraged to come.

 

Monday, April 24th: Disneyland raffle tickets are on sale at the front office!

 

May 1st – 4th: Spring Conferences.

 

Tuesday, May 2nd: Spring Plant Sale Order Forms Due!

 

Friday, May 5th: No School~ Professional Day

 

Friday, May 19th: MIS Spring Carnival at MIS from 4-7 pm. Another opportunity for parent volunteer hours! Click here to sign up!

 

Friday, May 26th: No School ~ Professional Day

 

Monday, May 29th: No School ~ Memorial Day

 

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Join Camp MIS this summer!

 

View our online brochure for all the fun summer details!  MIS offers multicultural, language and technology camps. The Missoula community is invited to join, so tell your friends and come on adventures with us this summer!

We are accepting registration online now! 

 

Middle School Update April 14, 2017

Hello Middle School Parents,

As summer rapidly approaches, our middle school is focused and excited for the opportunities that remain directly ahead of them. With trips to La Paz, Mexico and Glacier National Park on the horizon, it’s easy to see why no one is thinking about summer just yet. Additionally, MIS just completed our first track meet. As part of the Copper League track and field season, MIS competed against a number of local schools and set a several MIS school records. Our next meet is set for May 5th, in Frenchtown. If you have some time, feel free to come and cheer for our young track stars.

As I hope you are aware, the middle school is currently conducted our student-led, parent teacher conferences. These are wonderful opportunities to hear the many aspects of your student’s education that challenge and inspire them. As I sit and listen to our amazing students detail their most recent year at MIS, I marvel at their maturity, organization, hard work, and enthusiasm for knowledge.

 

As 8th graders get ready for their trip to Mexico, in Spanish class they are creating poems about images from La Paz or Espiritu Santo,  books to raise awareness about ocean polluting,  and a magazines for each place they will visit.

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Upcoming Events

Mark your Calendar

Saturday,April 15th: Wild Walk Parade Come join us! The parade begins at noon. Meet us at the red XXXX’s at 11:30 am.
Thursday, April 20th5th Grade Exhibition~ Join the 5th graders at 3:45 for their presentations.
Saturday, April 22nd:  Earth Day! Clark Fork clean up!  Meet at the fish statues at Caras Park at 10 am.  All families and students are encouraged to come.
Looking Ahead…
May 5th: No School~ Professional Work Day
May 2nd: Spring Plant Sale Order Forms Due!
May 19th: MIS Spring Carnival
May 26th: No School~ Professional Work Day
May 29th: No School~ Memorial Day
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 A quick reminder
Spring Plant Fundraiser!
After a long winter, spring is finally in the air! It is time to sweep your patio, plant some flowers, and have friends over for a BBQ. Our spring fundraiser can help you do just that! We are excited to announce that we are working with Pink Grizzly to help bring flowers and plants to you and your friends. Our goal is for each family to sell $100 worth of plants with the potential to raise over $12,000 towards our annual fundraising goal!
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MIS Spring Carnival!
We are excited to announce our upcoming Spring Carnival! There will be fun for the whole family. Come join us on May 19th from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at MIS. There will be activities, games, and food!
Come laugh, play, and enjoy the warm weather with us! This is an event not to be missed. The student that sells the most plants will receive a free family pass to our Spring Carnival on May 19th!
Are you looking for a few more parent volunteer hours?
Be on the look out for detailed information on how you can help make our carnival a great success!

Middle School update 7 of April, 2017

Queridos padres,

As we enter the wild Montana Spring, here in school we are buzzing from project to project as April pass by really fast!

On Wednesday our magnificent students were great risk takers and balanced when they stood up in front of an audience at The Roxy to read their poems, surrounded by their beloved ones, expressing their feelings and raising their voice to reach out to the rest of the world. Enhorabuena!

Here are Gillian’s thoughts about  it:

What a phenomenal evening we had on Wednesday!  The children did a fantastic job at the Roxy, filling the theater with their resonant voices and compelling words.  Thank you to everyone in our community who joined us for this remarkable night.  I was beyond proud of the kiddos!  Also, thank you to parents who helped deliver pizza, clean the theater and to the anonymous donor who provided dinner, ice-cream and drinks and matched our contributions to Empower MT and the Roxy.  A lovely and meaningful time was had by all!

Also, don’t miss some of the kiddos words on the recent Mamalode Podcast, “From the Mouth of Babes.”  The podcast features Emmaline, Georgia and Birch and is a delightful listen:

http://mamalode.com/story/detail/mouth-of-babes

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Right now Middle School is getting ready practicing their communication and reflective skills in order to start the student-led conferences next week, make sure you have confirmed your day and time with the advisor.

Also please remember that on Wednesday 12th, there is the Glacier Institute meeting for parents of 6th and 7th graders, from 8:00am to 8:30am in Room 8. In this optional meeting we will share our 6th/7th grade trip philosophy, Glacier Institute’s curriculum and answer your questions about the trip and students are more than welcome to attend.

 

Feliz fin de semana!

Notes from the Office:
 
Friday, April 7th: Parent’s Night Out!
Our fabulous middle school students (and a grown-up or two) are offering childcare to parents one night a month. All proceeds go toward the middle school trip to Mexico. Time ~ 5:00 – 9:00 pm
El Principe Rana t-shirt!

Forgot to order a t-shirt?  Let the front office know and we can place an order with MCT.  We need a minimum of 10 shirts.
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Upcoming Events
Mark your Calendar
Saturday,April 15th: Wild Walk Parade Come join us! The parade begins at noon. Meet us at the red XXXX’s at 11:30 am.
Thursday, April 20th5th Grade Exhibition~ Join the 5th graders at 3:45 for their presentations.
 
Saturday, April 22nd:  Earth Day! Clark Fork clean up!  Meet at the fish statues at Caras Park at 10 am.  All families and students are encouraged to come.
 
Looking Ahead…
 
May 1st – 4thSpring Conferences
May 5th: No School~ Professional Work Day
May 2nd: Spring Plant Sale Order Forms Due!
May 19th: MIS Spring Carnival
May 26th: No School~ Professional Work Day
May 29th: No School~ Memorial Day
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Join Camp MIS this summer! 
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View our online brochure for all the fun summer details!  MIS offers multicultural, language and technology camps. The Missoula community is invited to join, so tell your friends and come on adventures with us this summer!

Middle School Update 31 March 2017

It was a busy week back from Spring Break for the middle schoolers. The 6th graders jumped right into rehearsals for the MCT production of El Principe Rana. Performances will be this evening at 4 and 6 pm.

The 7th and 8th graders hit the ground running at the State Science Fair. They did an amazing job, earning several awards including top small school in the State. Special kudos go to

Julian:
Peterson Grand Award for best 8th grade physics project
Grand Award 8th grade physics – 1st place individual
Montana Space Grant Consortium Emerging Research Travel Grant Award Division II

Oliver, Georgia and Colton:
Grand Award 8th grade physics – 1st place team
Montana Energy Education Council & Northwestern Energy – 1st place for 8th grade

Birch and Collin:
Grand Award 8th grade physics – 2nd place team

Bennett and Amelia:
Grand Award 7th grade biology – 3rd place team

Ruby:
Grand Award 7th grade physics – 2nd place individual
Montana Energy Education Council & Northwestern Energy 2st Place for 7th grade

And of course, special kudos to Jen for so expertly guiding the young scientists through the process.

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And in other news…
After School Enrichment
New Spring Session!
Classes start on Monday, April 3rd!
Come join the fun and experience something new. We are offering Basketball, Animation and Design Club, Hip Hop, Tap, Chess, littleBits®, and Minestest.
Adults and middle school students can join in the fun, too! Our 4/5 multiage teacher,  Ibrahin Mena will be teaching salsa dance lessons!  Come by yourself, with a partner, or with your middle school kiddo and swing your hips to the music.
Our “Spring Session” will run from April 3rd – June 1st.
Please note: there will be no classes held MondayThursday, May 1st – 4th and Monday, May 29th. After care is available prior to and following enrichment classes until 5:30 pm at no additional charge.
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Spring Plant Fundraiser!
After a long winter, spring is finally in the air! It is time to sweep your patio, plant some flowers, and have friends over for a BBQ. Our spring fundraiser can help you do just that! We are excited to announce that we are working with Pink Grizzly to help bring flowers and plants to you and your friends. Our goal is for each family to sell $100 worth of plants with the potential to raise over $12,000 towards our annual fundraising goal!
More details to follow. Information will be sent home this coming week!
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MIS Spring Carnival!
We are excited to announce our upcoming Spring Carnival! There will be fun for the whole family. Come join us on May 19th from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at MIS. There will be activities, games, and food!
Come laugh, play, and enjoy the warm weather with us! This is an event not to be missed. The student that sells the most plants will receive a free family pass to our Spring Carnival on May 19th!
Are you looking for a few more parent volunteer hours?
Be on the look out for detailed information on how you can help make our carnival a great success!
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Upcoming Events
Mark your Calendar
Sunday, April 2nd: Save the Date! Iguana Lounge Poker Tournament and Cocktail Party. Come join the fun! Try your hand at a game of Texas Hold ‘Em! For more information and to register click here.
Monday, April 3rdNew after school enrichment classes start!. Check out our new spring classes online! We are offering, hip hop, tap, adult salsa, chess, basketball, minetest, and littlebits! Sign up at the front office or online!
Wednesday, April 5thCoffee Talk with Julie! Join us in the board room from 9-10 am for a cup of coffee and great conversation!
Wednesday, April 5th: 6:00- 7:30 pm seventh grade creatives present “Voices Carry”, a poetry reading at the Wilma. Come help us fill the theater and support these powerful young readers! Proceeds go to EmpowerMT.
Friday, April 7th: Parent’s Night Out!
Our fabulous middle school students (and a grown-up or two) are offering childcare to parents one night a month. All proceeds go toward the middle school trip to Mexico. Time ~ 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday, April 15thWild Walk Parade. Join us! Parade begins at noon. Meet at the red XXXX’s at 11:30.
Looking Ahead…
April 13-20: Middle School Spring Conferences
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Join Camp MIS this summer! 
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View our online brochure for all the fun summer details!  MIS offers multicultural, language and technology camps. The Missoula community is invited to join, so tell your friends and come on adventures with us this summer!
 

 

 

MS Update, 3/17

Hello Families,

It’s a sunny Friday and our middle school kiddos are filled with a feeling of accomplishment! Yesterday all children participated in the MIS Science Fair! Their presentations were thorough, well calculated, thoughtful and beautifully articulated. A huge thanks to Jen Gebo for all of her dedication to excellence in all things science! 7th and 8th graders will attend the state science fair the Monday that we return from spring break.

Don’t forget that MCT revs up right after spring break for our 6th graders. The final performance is on March 31st.

In other news, the seventh graders have decided to take their words on the road! After a successful poetry reading last week, we elected to rent the Roxy the evening of Wednesday, April 5th. From 6:00 to 7:30 both 7th graders and a few younger and alumni poets will present their powerful words. Icing on the cake? Pizza, drinks and Big Dipper ice cream will be provided! Please save the date and support our young writers! We are suggesting a donation of $7/adults, $3/ — a portion of those proceeds will go to Empower MT, a Missoula based group dedicated to ending discrimination. And, to top it off, an annonymous donor will match one-to-one every donation that comes in up to $1000! Sounds like a win-win to me!

A final thank you to all of you who rolled in support for the Poverello. This year we gathered more than 200 toilet paper rolls and a total of 711 other toiletries and spices. The 6th graders won the class challenge, so when Anastasia Bakos from the Pov came to pick up the items, she was able to give this class a particular thank you. Way to go young leaders! We can make a difference!

Enjoy your week off and see you soon!

With gratitude,
Gillian

Middle School update 10 March 2017

Happy Friday everyone!

My room is filling with such creative and intelligent science fair projects!  Our young scientists have been working so hard on these projects and are looking forward to sharing what they’ve learned.

The MIS Science Fair will be held from 2:00-3:15 on Thursday, March 16th.

 The projects will remain set up through the afternoon and overnight, allowing families to view them during aftercare, as well as the next morning at drop off. All projects will be taken down by 9:00am Friday morning.  7th and 8th graders may keep their projects in my room over the break in preparation for the Montana State Science Fair.  6th graders will be asked to bring home their exhibit items, but we’ll hold on to the boards for display in the hallway.

The Montana State Science Fair will be held on Monday, March 27th

at the University of Montana’s Adams Center with the awards ceremony on Tuesday morning.

All 7th and 8th graders will be participating in the State Science Fair.  Public viewing for the projects is Monday evening from 7:00 – 9:00pm.  Ribbons will be posted at that time – come check it out!

Congrats to our incredible MathCounts students who competed at the state level in Butte yesterday!  Special kudos to Georgia, who ranked #8 statewide! Way to go!

Have a great weekend everyone,

Jen and the Middle School Team

 

Upcoming Events – Mark your Calendar

March 20-24th: NO SCHOOL~ Spring Break!

March 31st: 2nd – 6th students performance of “El Principe Rana”

(see below for detailed information)

Sunday, April 2nd: Save the Date! Iguana Lounge Poker Tournament and Cocktail Party. Come join the fun! Try your hand at a game of Texas Hold ‘Em! For more information and to register click here.

Wednesday, April 5th: Coffee Talk with Julie! Join us in the board room from 9-10 am for a cup of coffee and great conversation!

Friday, April 7th: Parent’s Night Out!

Our fabulous middle school students (and a grown-up or two) are offering childcare to parents one night a month. All proceeds go toward the middle school trip to Mexico. Time ~ 5:00 – 9:00 pm

May 1st-4th: Spring Conferences

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MCT/MIS Performance

of “El Principe Rana

  • Friday, March 31st~ Performances are at 4:00 and 6:00 pm
  • Tickets are available NOW at the MCT Box Office or at www.mctinc.org
  • Tickets are $7 for adults and $2 for children.
  • All 2nd through 6th grade students will perform in both shows. There will be a photo opportunity after the first show

Middle School update. 3 March 2017

Hello Parents,

 

It’s been a great week in middle school. Science Fair preparation is in full swing, the 7th graders are readying themselves to recite poems in English, and skiing came to a beautiful close with the best snow of the year. In PE we are focused on communication and will be working in small groups refining and expanding our communication skills through a variety of activities.

In the month of February the 7th grade Spanish class inquired into the Inca civilization.  To finish this week, Jen gave a presentation on her own experience in the Inca culture highlighting the science and architecture of this civilization.  The students shared what they had learned with her which sparked a good conversation.  This was a good opportunity to reflect and communicate their knowledge.  Thank you Jen for the presentation.

 

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7th Grade Families:

Don’t forget that the culminating celebration of the 7th grade poetry unit will be next Wednesday, March 8th at 8:45 in room nine.  We hope you can all be there to hear the magnificent poems created by this talented group of young people!

Gillian would like to extend a thank you to Eduardo Weston-Capulong for the guest lecture he gave in the 8th grade English class this week.  Eduardo’s expertise on the legal system helped generate meaningful dialogue between the students’ in relation to their study of To Kill A Mockingbird.  Thank you, Eduardo!

Tuesday and Wednesday, March 7th and 8th: K/1 LEGO Robotics and Animation Fair from 2pm -3pm in the gym

Thursday, March 9th: State MathCounts Competition in Butte. Go MIS!

Thursday, March 16th:-8th Grade Science Fair. Come check out the science fair in the gym from 1-2 pm.

March 20-24th: SPRING BREAK!

LOOKING AHEAD…

 

Friday, March 31st: MIS/MCT performance of “El Principe Rana”

There are  2 performances: 4 pm and 6 pm.

ALL STUDENTS ARE IN BOTH PERFORMANCES!

There will be an opportunity for photos after the first performance.

 

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!

Tickets are $7.00 for adults and $2.00 for children

Tickets available at the MCT Box Office or www.mctinc.org

 

~Thursday, March 9th: MCT shirt order forms are due. Forms were sent home in homework folders. Please make checks payable to MIS or MCT.  Shirts will be available by March 30th.

 

~Thursday, March 9th: Scholastic Book orders are due. Want to keep that reading enthusiasm going?  Order your child some new books just in time for spring break through Scholastic Reading Clubs.  The book order forms were given to all students this week. Make checks payable to Scholastic.  You can also order online using our class code HKWNM.

Middle School update. 24 February 2017

Queridos padres,

What a wonderful week we had enjoying the films and filmmakers her in town through the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival!  Our middle school kids enjoyed, “Walk with me”, “Badger Creek” and “Soy Cubana.”  During two different question and answer sessions, the filmmakers told the teachers that our students asked the best questions they’ve heard — even better than adults on the film festival circuit.  We highly encourage you to get your kiddos out this weekend to see more films!  The students’ also all received free passes to the Schoolhouse Doc series.

If you want to know more about these two documentaries visit their webpages:

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Badger Creek producer and director, Jonathan Skurnik

We also enjoyed Lineage Dance, a contemporary dance company out of Los Angeles this week.  Four of our middle schoolers accompanied the students, Grace and Collin on the cello and guitar respectively and Karma and Amelia with poetry.  We were so proud of our risk-taking performers!

www.lineagedance.org

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Students dancing with one of the Lienage dancers

 

7th grade parents, please mark your calendars as our 7th grade poets will have their culminating poetry reading on March 8th at 8:45 upstairs in room 9.  Please join us in this culminating celebration of their words and creativity!

Attention 6th and 7th grade parents: payment for the spring trip to Glacier National Park is due February 24th.  The total cost for the 2017 trip is $465 which includes tuition, room and board, as well as transportation to and from Discovery School. All payments should go directly to the school office.

Thank you to ALL that donated clothing to Soft Landing! What a difference we can make! They are unable to take any further clothing donations at this time. We are thankful to have such a giving community and look forward to sharing with you our next plan for giving back!

UPCOMING EVENTS
Mark your Calendar

Wednesday, March 1st: “I love to Read Month” comes to a close! Make sure to turn in your reading and brushing logs to your classroom teacher or to Laura Bovard by 5 pm.

Tuesday and Wednesday, March 7th and 8th: K/1 LEGO Robotics and Animation Fair from 2pm -3pm in the gym

Thursday, March 9th: State MathCounts Competition in Butte. Go MIS!
Thursday, March 16th:-8th Grade Science Fair. Come check out the science fair in the gym from 1-2 pm.
March 20-24th: SPRING BREAK!
LOOKING AHEAD…
 
Friday, March 31st: MIS/MCT performance of “El Principe Rana”
There are  2 performances: 4 pm and 6 pm
ALL STUDENTS ARE IN BOTH PERFORMANCES!
There will be an opportunity for photos after the first performance.
 
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!
Tickets are $7.00 for adults and $2.00 for children
Tickets available at the MCT Box Office or www.mctinc.org

Middle School Update, 17 February 2017

There will be a special assembly next Tuesday, 2/21, at 2:15 in the gym. Lineage Dance from LA (Gillian’s sister’s dance company) will be performing. They are a fantastic contemporary company and they will be performing from their repertoire, inviting some kiddos to join them and performing with some of our middle school poets and musicians accompanying them. It should be super fun!

“I Love to Read Month”!
Make sure to turn in your reading logs and daily dental logs to your classroom teacher, or to the library, no later than WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st by 5 P.M. All students will receive prize bags!
HAPPY READING AND BRUSHING!

Upcoming Events
Mark your Calendar

Friday, February 24th: 4/5 and middle school ski at Snowbowl.
We leave here promptly at 8:45. Please make sure your child arrives no later than 8:30, ready with all their skiing gear.

Monday, February 20th: NO SCHOOL President’s Day. Enjoy the long weekend!

Friday, March 9th: State MathCounts Competition in Butte. We will be cheering you on! Go Alex, Birch, Georgia, Grace and Sage!

Tuesday, March 16th: 6-8th grade Science Fair. Come check out the Science Fair in the MIS gym in the afternoon. A specific time will be announced later.

March 20-24th: NO SCHOOL Spring Break!

Looking even further ahead…

Sunday, April 2nd~ 2/3 performs at the University of Montana International Festival

March 31st~ MCT/ MIS performance of “El Principe Rana”.

Middle School update 2 February 2017

The Science Fair unit is on!  We’ve gone through the process of developing and proposing projects. Everyone completed their background research last week. Students are even beginning to think about their end product – and by the way, they are welcome to buy or construct their own science fair boards, or if more convenient, purchase one at school for $4.00.  Your young scientists are now in the midst of gathering materials, conducting experiments and collecting data.

Meanwhile, during class time, we are exploring Health and Human Body topics.  6th graders are focusing on body image and nutrition, while the 7th and 8th graders are learning about sexual health and safety.  I’ve invited several guest speakers from the Missoula community to come in and share their expertise.  I encourage you to speak to your child about what they have learned or any questions they may have.

6th graders analyzing magazine ads for messages about body image.

6th graders analyzing magazine ads for messages about body image.

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By the way, last Friday’s overnight enrichment trip to the Gordon-Reese Cabin was a spectacular success!  Check out some photos of the trip here:Gordon Reese Ski Trip Photos

 

Have a great weekend,

Jen and the MS Team

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Tírate el rollo!!!

Barb’s advisory has taken leadership this year organizing a service drive for the Poverello. This year the needs are as follows:

Toilet paper (much needed), toiletries (tooth brush, tooth paste, shower gel, shampoo…) and spices such as: salt, pepper, garlic powder or paprika (any size will be welcome).

This will be a team effort. Each class will collect these items starting today until February 10th. Then, the class that collects the most items will be rewarded by Middle School students, who will organize some awesome games for the winners! We’re excited for the MIS community to display EMPATHY and CARING through their contributions to this worthy cause.  Thanks!

Let’s roll for the Poverello!!!

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4/5 and middle school ski at Snowbowl Friday, February 3, 10, 17 and 24th. We leave here promptly at 8:45. Please make sure your child arrives early and ready with all their skiing gear. We would love your help at the bowl! Please sign up here.

Sign up here to volunteer! 

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MCT/MIS PERFORMANCE! 2nd-6th grade students will perform “El Principe Rana”

Week of rehearsals: March 27-30 (This is the week after spring break)

Performance: March 31st

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COLLECTING DONATIONS FOR SOFT LANDING!

MIS gives back! We have a yellow bin labeled “Soft Landing” under the lost and found table at MIS. Do you have gently used or new clothing to donate? Lets fill up the box with donations to help the community and our international neighbors! To read more about Soft Landing click HERE.

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Upcoming Events

Mark your Calendar:

Friday, February 10, 17, 24th. Our 4/5 and middle school ski at Snowbowl. We leave here promptly at 8:45. Please make sure your child arrives no later than 8:30am.

Tuesday,February 14  Feeling the love at MIS…more classroom info to follow soon!.

Friday, February 17  Tuition assistance application due.

To access the online application click here

Monday, February 20 NO SCHOOL – President’s Day. Enjoy the long weekend!

 

Looking Ahead…

Spring Break- March 20- 24th

MCT/ MIS performance of “El Principe Rana”- March 31st.